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From Jeremias Maerki <dev.jerem...@greenmail.ch>
Subject Re: IRC channel
Date Wed, 16 Feb 2005 10:29:34 GMT
Indeed IRC channels are not so good when it comes to preserve answers.
That's why Apache doesn't promote this even though certain communities
with a big enough community use IRC channels. But they use it mostly for
discussing development issues and they sum up these discussions in the
mailing list so they are archived.

For James I have a propsal: What about setting up a Wiki for Batik? In a
Wiki all users (not just the developers) can work together to add
documentation, gather ideas, to provide code snippets etc. We're already
using a Wiki in FOP [1]. Setting one up for Batik wouldn't be a big deal.

[1] http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop/FrontPage

On 16.02.2005 10:56:48 James Shaw wrote:
> Lasse Riis wrote:
> > Well I've already been in SVG sometimes (how I heard of Batik  :)
> > Maybe Batik doesn't have a userbase big enough to support a specific 
> > user channel?
> >
> > I just personally like to have a place to pop those tiny questions 
> > that you simply can't find an answer to, and don't want write a 
> > maillinglist about (usually because of their size). It helps me out a 
> > lot when I'm programming. But maybe that says a lot more about my 
> > programming skills than it says about the need for a channel :)
> >
> > Would it be unrealistic to have a channel? (or does it have horrible 
> > disadvantages that I'm not seeing)
> >
> > Lasse Riis
> I too like IRC channels for an instant response (though you don't have 
> to wait long on this mailing list ;-)  My only concern is that others 
> will not be able to search an IRC channel, like they could a mailing 
> list, for solutions to their problems.  I would, however, love to see 
> some Java code snippets demonstrating some common uses of the Batik API 
> (apologies if they already exist and I've missing them)

Jeremias Maerki

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